Enumclaw resident Todd L. Corbett died Sept. 7, 2015. He was 50 and had lived in south King County all his life, including the last 25 in Enumclaw.
He was born March 13, 1965, in Seattle and graduated from Auburn High School in 1983. He was the owner and operator since 2007 of Integrity Services of Washington, a long-haul trucking business. He had many interests, enjoyed life and was humbled by the support from his family and friends when they formed Team Todd, helping his fight with cancer.
He is survived by wife Kim Daigle Corbett of Enumclaw; parents Orin and Carol Corbett of Auburn; brother David Corbett and wife Francie of Marysville, Wash.; sister Cheryl Corbett of Auburn; and stepdaughters Lizzie, Macayla and Rachel Daigle of Enumclaw.
Remembrances may be made in his name to Group Health Hospice at www.grouphealthfoundation.org/donate.
A celebration of life took place Tuesday, Sept. 15.
All may sign his online guestbook at www.weeksfuneralhomes.com.
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